TEHRAN (Reuters) - The head of the UN nuclear agency arrived in Iran on Saturday for talks on a timetable for inspectors to visit a newly disclosed unfinished nuclear enrichment plant, state radio reported. A senior Iranian nuclear official told Reuters that ElBaradei would discuss plans to allow International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors to visit the site, as demanded by world powers. He said ElBaradei would not visit any nuclear site. Iran agreed with six powers in Geneva on Thursday to allow IAEA inspectors unfettered access to the plant, near the city of Qom, but did not set a time frame. The West suspects the Islamic state is seeking to develop nuclear weapons. Iran insists it needs the nuclear technology to generate power to meet booming domestic demand. Irans Atomic Energy Organisation said in a statement that ElBaradeis visit was not related to the Geneva meeting but that there would be discussions on continued cooperation, particularly with regard to fuel for the Tehran reactor. The talks in Geneva ended without agreement on the idea of freeze for freeze - a suspension of further enrichment in return for a halt to additional UN sanctions against Iran. ElBaradei has said Iran was on the wrong side of the law in failing to declare the plant as soon as plans were drawn up. Meanwhile, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Saturday defended Tehrans honesty in disclosing the building of a new nuclear plant, in his first comments on Irans atomic work since the end of the high-profile Geneva talks. Irans actions are based on honesty. We did not have any secret (nuclear) work because we gave information (about the new plant) ahead of time to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Ahmadinejad said at a ceremony in Tehran. But the Western media keep following the policy that we are keeping secrets. They repeat it so much, until this campaign of lies seeps into peoples heads. Ahmadinejad also criticised Obama, French President Nicolas Sarkozy and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown, adding Obama had made a great mistake in saying that Iran kept the construction of the new site secret. Obama made a great mistake. We gave the information sooner ... but his (Obama) information was wrong. He said incorrect words. When the IAEA was informed, the US knew about it, Ahmadinejad said. Then he and the two other persons started attacking Iran. They gave orders that Iran should do this and that IAEA should do that, he said referring to the Wests outrage which followed the news of Irans second uranium plant.